The pinkish snake print and streamlined-but-flowy shape make this dress feminine in a really modern way.
I dig the print here: it’s kind of floral but also kind of camo, and the green really pops.
Such a chic little high-necked leopard print shift—it reminds me a little of old Jane Mayle.
It’s Universal Standard’s excellent and so-flattering Geneva dress, but with long sleeves for cooler weather.
This pink dress is a pretty girly choice for me, but I think there’s something really elegant about it.
I like that the color here is kind of unexpected, and the blouson top with the pencil skirt bottom looks sophisticated in a really easy way.
I realize this slinky number might require some tricky maneuvering in the bra department, but I think it’d be so great for a kind of fancy party.
I’d swap out the belt here for something more substantial, and pair this cool green floral with brown knee-high boots.
The zipper front on this sweet Alexa Chung dress keeps it from coming off too prissy.
This faded-out leopard print is such a good throw-it-on-and-go piece, and it’d look great with a bright cardigan.
I don’t usually go in for flounce, but it’s done so minimally on this Veronica Beard dress that I can handle it, and this is such a pretty print. Also, good on Shopbop for dipping their toe into the world of size-inclusive models.
The ballerina pink here is just the perfect ballerina pink.
A good dress for an important meeting at work—it just telegraphs put-togetherness.